Check out another jaw-dropping Girls’ Generation performance, featuring awesome cheerleading outfits and fantastically adorable hairstyles! This time, it is on Music Japan and they are singing the forever-fresh “Oh!”. Enjoy!
Updated with Full HD performance video and longer translation!
With the broadcast of Music Station & Music Japan,our girls continues to take on Japan by making an appearance on yet another Japanese music program ‘Hey! Hey! Hey! Music Champ‘.
They performed to Gee and had an interview session.
Without any further ado,check out the following videos and some translations!
(1:33 – 4:25)
Sooyoung : I’m Sooyoung who likes scary rides in amusement park,such as rollercoasters.
Yuri : I’m Yuri who likes takoyaki.
Hyoyeon : I’m Hyoyeon who can’t wait for replies after i sent mails.
Jessica : I’m Jessica who likes to browse fashion magazines
Yoona : I’m Yoona who is scared of ghosts. XD
Tiffany : I’m Tiffany who likes caramel coffee.
Taeyeon : I’m Taeyeon who dislikes tests.
Sunny : Hey hey hey. I’m really happy to meet you. I’m Sunny who likes pudding and jelly.
Seohyun : Even when snsd ages I will always be the maknae Seohyun.
After snsd’s introductions the MCs wanted the girls’ interpreter to introduce herself too.
MC: Excuse me from what generation are you?
Interpreter: middle aged generation.
MC: You guys don’t fight?
MC: Who hits who?
Interpreter: There are times when they fight, but they don’t hit each other.
MC: Today you have a message from your senpai.
MC: Who is it?
Sooyoung: From BoA.
Sooyoung: Yes comments from BoA.
MC: You are really good.
imitates Sooyoung: yes comments from BoA.
MC: But the best one is the middle aged generation here.
Just a day after the Kpop Night Concert in Singapore,our girls’ interview and Gee performance at NHK Music Japan,which was pre-recorded a while back,has been aired. It is a weekly music program which introduces new Japanese pop acts.
Without any further ado,check it out as follows.
Check under the cut for some translations in courtesy of Bekkychan@Twitter,
As you probably know, the girls are doing quite well in Japan after debuting with their first Japanese single Genie. Despite the lack of performances and variety show appearances, they’ve already sold 75 thousand copies in the first3 weeks and still holding their own in the top 10 on Oricon (popping in and out of the list depending on the day).